Dynasty Recap – Week 7 – Redskins 31, Buccaneers 30

Redskins

  • Kirk Cousins had one of the best games of his career with 317 passing yards and three touchdowns plus zero interceptions. Despite the game, it’s doubtful Cousins is the long-term solution for anyone.
  • Jordan Reed came back from injury with 11 catches for 72 yards and two touchdowns proving he can be a TE1 when healthy. So much risk however.
  • Rookie receiver Jamison Crowder continues to fill in nicely for the injured DeSean Jackson with five catches for 48 yards. He could be an interesting dynasty stash even when Jackson returns.

Buccaneers

  • Rookie Jameis Winston had a solid day with 297 yards and two touchdowns. He’s up to nine touchdowns on the season and should only get better with a healthy Mike Evans.
  • Doug Martin continues to bounce back with 136 yards on the ground plus three catches for 35 yards. He’s played like a RB1 this year but is a free agent after the season. You may want to sell high while you can.
  • Mike Evans had his best game of the year with eight catches for 164 yards and a touchdown. He’s struggled through injuries this year but should be back on track as a WR1.
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Updated Dynasty Wide Receiver Rankings – April 2015

Complete updated dynasty wide receiver rankings can be found here

  • It’s been awhile since our last rankings but above is the final look at wide receivers before the 2015 NFL Draft. The updated top five is now Dez Bryant, Julio Jones, A.J. Green, Demaryius Thomas, and Antonio Brown.
  • Interesting notes are Calvin Johnson not only dropping from the top spot but out of the top five completely.
  • Four of last year’s rookies, all first round picks are in the top 15: Odell Beckham at 7, Mike Evans at 8, Sammy Watkins at 12, and Kelvin Benjamin at 15. This year’s rookie class is talented too but we may have reached the apex of top receiver talent with so many out there.

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Dynasty Recap – Week 11 – Buccaneers beat down Redskins, 27-7

  • Bucs quarterback Josh McCown had a good day with 288 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. It’s a lost season for Tampa so we don’t expect McCown to have any value beyond this year.
  • Redskins running back Alfred Morris had another good day with 96 yards rushing to go along with two catches and 36 yards receiving, Morris had toughed out a bad start and regained some of his value.
  • Bucs rookie receiver Mike Evans had a huge day with 209 yards on seven catches and two touchdowns. He could flirt with WR1 status the rest of the way.

Dynasty Recap – Week 9 – Browns slip by Bucs, 22-17

  • Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer had a good game for a change with 300 yards and two touchdowns plus two interceptions. He was playing a weak defense so we wouldn’t too much into this performance. However, with the Browns at 5-3, don’t look for Johnny Football anytime soon.
  • In what could potentially be one of the first of many starts for Bucs running back Bobby Rainey, he ran for 87 yards plus a catch for 34 yards. Rainey will see better days this year but not much after.
  • Bucs rookie receiver Mike Evans broke out with seven catches for 124 yards and two touchdowns. He could be a WR1 by the end of the year.
  • With Mark Barron in St. Louis, Major Wright stepped in with 13 tackles. If he keeps this up, he could be considered a DB1 in the future.

Dynasty Recap – Week 5 – Saints survive Buccaneers, 37-31

  • Saints quarterback Drew Brees slung it around for 371 yards, two touchdowns but three interceptions. Brees hasn’t found his rhythm this year which could mean the beginning of the end.
  • In, possibly, his last start for this year, Saints running back Khiry Robinson had 89 yards and a touchdown. Robinson is averaging more than five yards a carry this year and should be the primary back in New Orleans next year. Count him as a RB3 in dynasty leagues.
  • With rookie Mike Evans out, Tampa receiver Vincent Jackson broke out with eight catches for 144 yards. He should still be considered a WR2/3 in dynasty leagues.
  • Bucs linebacker Lavonte David continues to show why he’s a LB1 in dynasty formats with 14 tackles and a pass defended.

Updated Dynasty Wide Receiver Rankings – July 2014

For updated dynasty wide receiver rankings, click here

  • calvinjohnsonThe top five remains the same, albeit in a different order. Calvin Johnson stays at 1 with Dez Bryant at 2; A.J. Green at 3; Demaryius Thomas at 4; and Julio Jones at 5.
  • The rookies stay steady with Sammy Watkins up to 7 and Mike Evans holding at 11. Others include Jordan Matthews at 25 and Brandin Cooks at 26; and Odell Beckham at 31.
  • The biggest drop includes Josh Gordon, who continues to drop, to 17 from 13.